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    Stars we lost in 2020 Three Income Sources You May Be Shocked to Discover Could Be Taxable Philip Rivers back-breaking late-game interception should come as no surprise With 4:32 left in their Week 1 game against the Jaguars, the Colts had third-and-4 at their own 32-yard line, and a winning opportunity down 24-20. New Colts quarterback Philip Rivers had thrown a seven-yard completion to tight end Mo Allie-Cox on the previous play, and things were looking pretty good against a Jacksonville franchise that seems bound and determined to rid itself of all its best players. © Provided by Touchdown Wire And then, this happened. WINgard.@deweywingard | #DUUUVAL ????: 9/20 at 1pm on CBS pic.twitter.com/FwGHqvI09Q— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) September 13,...
    Philip Rivers changed uniforms this offseason, but his interception tendencies remain. After starting every game for the Chargers since Week 1 of 2006, Philip Rivers signed with the Indianapolis Colts as a free agent this offseason. A soft landing in his Colts debut came in Week 1, against the “no, we’re not tanking” Jacksonville Jaguars. Rivers threw the third-most interceptions in the league last year (20), as he often got too aggressive as the Chargers went 5-11. It was also the fourth time in his career he threw at least 18 picks in a season. It took Rivers 11 pass attempts to throw his first interception as a Colt. It looked a lot like many of the 20 picks from...
    Mark Cannizzaro previews the AFC South as The Submit offers division-by-division breakdowns forward of the 2020 NFL season.1. Indianapolis ColtsCoach: Frank Reich 2019 file: 7-9 O/U wins: eight 1/2 Key additions: QB Philip Rivers, DT DeForest Buckner, CB Xavier Rhodes, CB T.J. Carrie, WR Michael Pittman Jr., RB Jonathan Taylor, TE Trey Burton, DT Sheldon Day, CB-KR Isaiah Rodgers, S Tavon Wilson Key losses: DE Jabaal Sheard, Okay Adam Vinatieri, TE Eric Ebron, S Clayton Geathers, WR Devin Funchess, OL Joe Haeg, WR Chester Rogers, WR Dontrelle Inman, C Josh Andrews First-and-goal: The splashiest offseason transfer was signing Rivers, however perhaps the most effective pick-up was Buckner, who immediately upgrades the run protection and inside move rush. He’ll mix...
    Mark Cannizzaro previews the AFC South as The Post gives division-by-division breakdowns ahead of the 2020 NFL season. 1. Indianapolis Colts Coach: Frank Reich 2019 record: 7-9 O/U wins: 8 1/2 Key additions: QB Philip Rivers, DT DeForest Buckner, CB Xavier Rhodes, CB T.J. Carrie, WR Michael Pittman Jr., RB Jonathan Taylor, TE Trey Burton, DT Sheldon Day, CB-KR Isaiah Rodgers, S Tavon Wilson Key losses: DE Jabaal Sheard, K Adam Vinatieri, TE Eric Ebron, S Clayton Geathers, WR Devin Funchess, OL Joe Haeg, WR Chester Rogers, WR Dontrelle Inman, C Josh Andrews First-and-goal: The splashiest offseason move was signing Rivers, but maybe the best pick-up was Buckner, who instantly upgrades the run defense and interior pass rush. He’ll combine...
    The Indianapolis Colts have a new quarterback, new weapons and a reasonable belief they can win the AFC South for the first time since 2014.Best-case scenarioWinning the division and getting the Divisional Round of the playoffs. After all, Philip Rivers doesn’t exactly have a good postseason track record. Overall expectationsThe Colts should win the division, given their dominance over the Texans and Titans (historically and in recent years), and win a playoff game. They have the best offensive line in football and the 2020 Draft class figures to be one of the most promising in the NFL. Plus, when you consider the Buckner trade, Darius Leonard with another year of experience, and Parris Campbell ready to break out, the Colts...
    These Reality Series on Netflix Will Give You Major Selling Sunset Vibes 3 Potential Social Security Changes to Watch COVID-19 protocols, life after Philip Rivers, social justice: Hard Knocks storylines to watch Football-starved fans are in for a treat, as the HBO series "Hard Knocks" is set to debut Tuesday night. The plan is very fluid: Ian Eagle details what NFL broadcast could look this fall USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Denver City Council Considers Ballot Measure To Repeal Pit Bull Ban CBS Denver WR Christian Kirk has potential to go through the roof in 2020 Cardinals Wire Christian McCaffrey talks upcoming season:...
    YouTube star Jake Pauls home searched by FBI 5 Beloved Fast Food Chains That May Go Bankrupt Next Philip Rivers struggling to meet Colts teammates due to social distancing There are plenty of added challenges for NFL training camps in 2020, but one underrated one comes into play if someone is new to a team. © Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports QBs especially want to know their teammates, so social distancing is definitely an added wrinkle for Philip Rivers to deal with. Philip Rivers is entering his first season with the Indianapolis Colts, and as a quarterback, he’s eager to learn his new teammates’ names, faces, and personalities. One problem: due to COVID-19 safety restrictions and social distancing, he’s finding...
    Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers, (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images) If Philip Rivers were to opt out of 2020, he’d consider that retirement.Why would Philip Rivers move his entire family to Indiana just to opt out of the 2020 NFL season? Prior to this offseason, Rivers had spent his entire Pro Football Hall of Fame career with the San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers. Though the Super Bowl appearances weren’t there, Rivers became arguably the best quarterback in franchise history. He’ll have a bronze bust in Canton not too far from where Chargers legend Dan Fouts’ resides. For now, Rivers plays for the Indianapolis Colts. Rivers signed a one-year deal with the Colts to play for his former Chargers offensive coordinator, Frank...
    Justin Herbert, Oregon Ducks. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Can Justin Herbert be a star quarterback for the Los Angeles Chargers?Justin Herbert will be a member of the Los Angeles Chargers for the next four years. The former Oregon Ducks standout quarterback was taken with the No. 6 overall pick by the Bolts in the 2020 NFL Draft. Though he was the third quarterback picked in the draft after Joe Burrow to the Cincinnati Bengals at No. 1 and Tua Tagovailoa to the Miami Dolphins at No. 5, he too is expected to be a star at the quarterback position for his struggling AFC franchise. Ian Rapoport of The NFL Network reported on Saturday evening that Herbert and the Chargers...
    Indianapolis Colts, (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) Philip Rivers won’t inspire fear for the Houston Texans, but the Indianapolis Colts are a team to be reckoned with. After having to pivot quickly to Jacoby Brissett after Andrew Luck retired last August, the Indianapolis Colts faded in 2019, in line with Brissett’s knee injury to finish 7-9. In a push to win-now mode, with a dose of familiarity due to the coaching staff’s history with the Chargers, the Colts signed Philip Rivers to a one-year deal this offseason. The context of a 5-11 season can’t be forgotten, in terms of game scripts and situations where he forced some throw. But Rivers had a down year for the Chargers in 2019, as...
    Portland moms form human barrier to protect protesters from federal officers You have to wear a face mask if you shop at these stores 2020 NFL Preview: If Colts are right about Philip Rivers, they could win big in post-Andrew Luck world Yahoo Sports is previewing all 32 teams as we get ready for the NFL season, counting down the teams one per weekday in reverse order of our initial 2020 power rankings. No. 1 will be revealed on August 5.  © Provided by Yahoo! Sports (Yahoo Sports graphics by Paul Rosales) Imagine if you’d heard on the afternoon of last Aug. 24 that Philip Rivers would be the Indianapolis Colts’ starting quarterback in 2020. On that August night,...
    While the NFL is focusing on what measures are needed to take in order to safely begin the season amid a pandemic, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers is thinking about what might happen during the Super Bowl if players were to test positive for COVID-19. Rivers, 38, raised his concerns during a call with the Player’s Association on Friday when he asked what would happen if a player tested but positive but was asymptomatic. JETS’ ROOKIE DENZEL MIMS RIPS ON PHILLY: ‘TRASH A-- CITY’ According to the NFL Network, the protocol is straight forward with no exceptions: A five-day isolation period is required after an initial test, in addition to two consecutive negative tests separated by 24 hours over 10 days....
    Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers, (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images) Philip Rivers posed a great question to the NFL about their COVID protocol. As the NFL season gets closer, questions are being raised about the protocol that will be in effect when games begin. New Colts quarterback Philip Rivers had one of those questions and it may have poked a big hole in the NFL’s efforts to return. Rivers questioned what would happen if a player tested positive for COVID-19 during Super Bowl week, but was asymptomatic. The NFL’s response: maybe. #Colts QB Philip Rivers raised a big question on NFLPA call Friday: If a player tests positive for COVID-19 during Super Bowl week but is asymptomatic, would he have no choice...
    Philip Rivers may have ended his 16-year stint with the Chargers on a sour note, but he doesn’t think he’s washed up quite yet. “At times, I think what may have aggravated me a little bit last year was [the notion] that I just couldn’t play anymore,” the 38-year-old Colts quarterback said on Wednesday, via ESPN. “When you heard that, it bothered me, because I wanted to go, ‘Shoot, let’s turn on the tape and watch all the good things.’” Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich sifted through days of tape for “all the guys” available – including highly sought after free agent and six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady – before signing Rivers to a one-year, $25 million deal in...